By middleweight contender Evans Ashira Oure.
Hey William Joppy!
My name is Evans Ashira Oure,
“The African Warrior”. I am the former
undefeated IBA world middleweight champion and
current WBA international middleweight Champ,
ranked # 11 in the world by the WBA . 21-0 as
a professional, with 11 knockouts.
I would like to call out the big
boys one by one starting with you! If you didn’t
hear me the last time I called you, then listen
now; I am calling you to bring it on!
I really feel I deserve a shot
more than any of the other WBA contenders. Take
a look at who these guys beat in their last three
or four fights. I know I beat better fighters
than any of them did.
So don’t use the excuse that
you wont get anything out of fighting me. If you
are a real champion, you should fight the best
available contender. And that is me!
You already beat Howard Eastman,
Trinidad says he is retired, Cherifi lost his
last two fights (and fought only bums before that),
Keith Holmes had his shot, Bert Shenk only fights
dead people, and the rest of these guys don’t
want to have any part of opponents with a pulse
either. I do!
Bring on your world title, because
personally I know I can pick up the title you
have, and then follow up with the others involved.
With whoever holds those big titles!
So, for your information, this
is an easy fight for you, since no one out there
in the USA knows me, you will be the favourite.
Then I would whoop your ass bad, and take the
And if you don’t like this,
lets take a sparring session of six rounds on
one of the big cards out there, and then you will
be safe enough, be course after I whoop you, you
will still keep your title.
Let me hear you say something!
I think you are hiding! It has been a long time
since I told you to bring it on, but you just
chilled. Come on out of the shell man!
If you are still silent then tell
us what we should call you? Shell-boy or what?
Or the hiding champ? Hear this: I want the opportunity
to take your world title. Bring it, I’m right
Evans “The African Warrior”
Former undefeated IBF Intercontinental
154 lb. champion.
Former undefeated IBA world middleweight champion.
Reigning WBA International middleweight champion.
Evans Ashira Oure (Denmark/Kenya)
27.3.1998 Aarhus, Den. Konstantin Dima TKO 2
8.5.1998. Horsens, Den. Nikolaj
Bencsik TKO 1
22.6.1998. Outrup, Den. Eric Daponte
28.8.1998. Aarhus, Den. Djaafar
Filali KO 4
30.10.1998. Odensen, Den. Eduardo
Carrion TKO 2
17.11.1998. Aarhus, Den. Gyorgy
Lakata TKO 2
22.1.1999. Jetsmark, Den. Vincent
5.3.1999. Give, Den. Jorge Vaca
26.3.1999. Aarhus, Den. Silvio
L.Peppino KO 9
(wins vacant IBF intercontinental light middleweight
23.4.1999. Varde, Den. Mario Lupp W6
25.6.1999. Aarhus, Den. Bahri
13.8.1999. Skagen, Den. Anthony
10.9.1999. Struer, Den. Mack Razor
5.11.1999. Aalborg, Den. Jason
Hart TKO 3
28.1.2000. Egtved, Den. Darren
Maciunski TKO 7
(retains IBF intercontinental light middleweight
25.5.2000. Frederiksværk, Den. Octavian
19.8.2000. Silkeborg, Den. Sydney
Msutu TKO 8
9.9.2000. Jetsmark, Den. Muhammed
24.11.2000. Randers, Den. Olivier
16.6.2001. Brøndby, Den.
Fredrik Alvarez KO 11
(wins vacant WBA international & IBA middleweight
19.4.2002. Aarhus, Den. Francisco Mora W12
(retains WBA international middleweight title)
- MOSELY II
with Vernon Forrest
Undefeated WBC welterweight king,
Vernon "Viper" Forrest from Atlanta, GA now (34-0)
with 27 KO's faces former champion, "Sugar" Shane
Mosely on a rematch at the Conseco Fieldhouse,
in Indianapolis, IN on July 20, 2002.
Mosely has lost to Forrest twice.
First, in amateurs in 1992 olympic trials. Second,
as a professional on January 29,2002. Shane lost
his first professional fight to WBC welterweight
and former IBF Champion, Vernon Forrest by a 12
round decision at Madison Square Garden.
Shane was rocked by the 7-1 underdog
in the 2nd round putting Mosely's back on the
canvas. This here will be another war!
Again the fire is on. Please email us your predictions.
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